Have you ever wondered how to clearly depict in document’s content that it’s been signed electronically? As we sometimes get this question, we thought we’d share an answer with all of you.
Electronic services have been fighting their way to our everyday lives for a while now. You’d think that with the increasing number of e-services for both businesses and individuals, electronic means to access those services should spread as well. However, the study of European Commission states otherwise.
As e-seal is becoming more and more popular among companies, it is surely useful to know all about them. If you want to learn more what e-seal is, where to use it, in what forms it exists and which one to choose, this post is for you.
Been wondering and couldn’t decide which Dokobit plan is the best for you? Here’s a little help for you.
If you’re running a business, what really matters is probably your team’s and your own productivity. Surveys all around the world have proven that people waste quite a lot of time at work.
There is no doubt anymore that electronic signature has become a standard. A standard of modernity, efficiency, simplicity of your life. Everyone using e. signature has probably gone through all of that and can confirm that their life did become easier.
From the beginning of 2018, Latvian eParaksts.lv users are migrated to a new e. signature technical platform. 29 December, 2017 is the last day when e. signature users can apply for a mobile app of the new solution, and the last day of current solution’s operation.
Taking care of your documents or even running a business online has never been so easy and has never had so many tools as today. With e-Residency anyone in the world can sign legally binding documents or establish an EU based company online. Borders are officially no longer an issue.
You’ve just created one more account with a username and a password? Congrats, your life has just become even more accessible. Rapidly improving technologies are making passwords to become an ancient history. Just as it had happened to floppy discs. Remember them? Well, their time has passed but passwords are still being used.